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RD Talks: A Tragedy of Trust – on the trail of Dr Death

‘It was comforting to know you were with her during her final moments. We couldn’t ask for a finer, more caring doctor,’ wrote the grieving son of one of Dr Harold Shipman’s older patients. But why had so many of his patients died without warning?

Child down the well!

Child down the well!

The two-year-old was wedged four metres down the shaft, his parents helpless and anxious at the top. The slightest movement, and if the fall didn’t kill him, he’d certainly drown.
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Tracking the Backpacker Murderer

Tracking the Backpacker Murderer

Two teenagers left Sydney to hitchhike their way home to Melbourne one summer morning. They vanished without trace.
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Swept to sea

Swept to sea

Rick Storm stared at the mountainous waves in horror. A child was drowning, and only he could save him.
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Shark Attack!

Shark Attack!

The New Zealander lay dying on one of the most remote islands on earth. Could he be saved in time?
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“He Killed My Baby”

“He Killed My Baby”

But he was the father. And everyone told her it was Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
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